• “Wow, this kid’s career is over” – Kurt Angle Says RAW Wrestler Disobeyed Vince McMahon Last Year
During a recent edition of his podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle talked about current RAW Tag Team Champion Cedric Alexander having backstage heat with Vince McMahon, when he didn’t do something Vince wanted him to do.
Here’s what Angle said:
“You look at what they have been doing with Alexander, the Hurt Business. You know, he got in a little trouble last year.
He didn’t do something that Vince wanted him to do, and you know, if you don’t listen to your boss, things could get a little bit, you know, depressing for you, and he didn’t listen the one night, and they scolded him for a good half-year before they started using him again, and rightfully so, he should have listened.
That is his job, it’s to listen to Vince and do what Vince tells you to do, and he didn’t do that.
So, I thought, ‘Wow, this kid’s career is over,’ you know, when that happened, and Vince eventually gave him another chance.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 15, 1998) – Old School Wrestler Passed Away
On this day in 1998, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran “Rad Radford” Louie Spicolli (Real name: Louis Mucciolo Jr.) at the very young age of 27 due to a drug overdose.
Spicolli wrestled for all the big 3 promotions of the 90s … after doing televised jobs for the company for years, he joined the World Wrestling Federation full-time as Rad Radford (1995-1996), before working for Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling (1996-1997) and eventually joining Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1997.
Louie was scheduled to wrestle Larry Zbyszko at the WCW SuperBrawl VIII PPV, but that match never took place, because Spicolli passed away from a drug overdose one week before the event.
† REST IN PEACE LOUIE SPICOLLI
February 10, 1971 – February 15, 1998